[noh-hit-er] /ˈnoʊˈhɪt ər/
a no-hit game.
baseball term for a baseball game in which one side fails to make a hit, 1939, from no + hit (n.).
A game in which at least one side gets no base hits (1948+ Baseball)
North of Houston [Street] (Manhattan neighborhood)
[noh-hoh-per] /ˈnoʊˈhoʊ pər/ noun 1. a useless person from whom nothing can be expected. noun 1. (informal) a useless person; failure noun A person who has no hope of success: Stand-ins are the film industry’s no-hopers, the ones who never made it [1957+; found in Australian racing slang by 1943 as ”a horse with no […]
[noh-hohst] /ˈnoʊˌhoʊst/ adjective, Chiefly Western U.S. 1. requiring patrons and guests to pay a fee for attendance or to pay for any food and drink they consume: a no-host cocktail party; a no-host dinner-dance.
[noh-hou] /ˈnoʊˌhaʊ/ adverb, Nonstandard. 1. under circumstances; in way (usually preceded by another negative): I can’t learn this nohow. /ˈnəʊˌhaʊ/ adverb 1. (not standard) (in negative constructions) adv. “not at all,” 1775, American English, from no + how, on model of nowhere. adverb In no way; under no circumstances: We tried, but couldn’t manage to […]